These are called context clues.
Other words could provide clues/hints on what the word is, especially before or after the word; look at similar words or phrases in the sentence to extract it from the sentence.
contex clues are words in a sentence that help you understand the meaning of a word you don't know [usually contex clues are before or after the word]
the meaning of individual words is supported by the words around it.APEX ;)
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words in a passage are always surrounded by other words that work together to make meaning.
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A context clue is when you use the surrounding words to figure out the meaning of an unknown word.
Semantic clues different from context clues are the clues that are hinted, based on meaning where it help readers decode and comprehend a text.
Words may have more than one meaning.
words might have more than one meaning
clues to meaning of discarded?
look at the context clues
context clues you will see it in the last of the sentence for you to know what is the meaning of that hardly word
Contextual clues are clues which are given within the text. They help the reader to find the meaning of what was being explained.
Usually there are, yes, but it depends on the text. Context clues help you determine the meaning of word. The words surrounding a word tell you about the word itself, much like the friends you hang out with tell a lot about who you are as a person.
Contextual means to view information as a whole- both the facts and where they came from. Example: A technique for determing meaning from unfamiliar vocabulary words is to look at the other words in the sentence for clues. It is commonly referred to as "using contextual clues."
Context clues -- little clues that might help us understand harder words.
Contextual guessing strategies are used to guess, or speculate, the meaning of unfamiliar words. The techniques used include using context to get clues on the meaning of words. The ways to guess the meaning of a word include definition and using a dictionary, using surrounding words, and using pictures.
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When you can't understand or don't know the meaning of certain words in a passage you're reading, look for and rely on:Context cluesYour knowledge of other vocabulary words and meanings